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Rachael
vegan lioness
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steamship-historical-society:

intimesgonebyblog:

SS Tripolitania, an Italian cargo ship (built 1897) ran aground on the 26th December 1912.

What a terrific photo!

steamship-historical-society:

intimesgonebyblog:

SS Tripolitaniaan Italian cargo ship (built 1897) ran aground on the 26th December 1912.

What a terrific photo!

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grinsoviet:

Forbidden love

grinsoviet:

Forbidden love

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unimpressed2chainz:

god, white women give me acute stomach pains 

unimpressed2chainz:

god, white women give me acute stomach pains 

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http://arabellesicardi.com/post/100544031076/hernameischachi-replied-to-your-post

arabellesicardi:

hernameischachi replied to your post: mostly-alone said:Hi! I know you…

Perfume is an investment pretty much. Halle Berry does it for me luckily.

oh i want to try her perfume! i do think there are great cheap perfumes out there and there’s nothing wrong with eau de toilettes (like…

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cablerelease:

Glamour Shots for Goats

Having recently graduate from the Masters program at Rhode Island School of Design, Brooklyn based photographer Rob MacInnis’s series “Farm Family” combines studio lighting with the animals that we mainly look to for food. The series is comprised of staged group photographs in the style of a posed family photo and individual portraits that showcase each subject in a way that seems to expose a personality coming through in each photograph. MacInnis’s images seem to comment on society’s fashion consumerism through the professional way he photographs his subjects and relates it to our consumption of the farm animals he portrays.

Text by Canbra Hodsdon.

(Originally written for Juxtapoz Magazine online)

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true-fae:

gaywerewolflady:

holy shit
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He made my day 1000% better.